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I can’t go on any raids, as I don’t have enough gems to speed up the training process and have already got to the point where I higher-level creatures in order to survive. This doesn’t happen when I go to quit the session and perhaps take a break, or even when I’ve put the Tab 2 down for a while and it goes into idle mode… ” This is nowhere near a five-star game, so imagine my surprise when I select the “1-4 stars” option and I’m suddenly being asked to email EA directly with feedback, or close the window completely and return to the game. The simple answer to this is that it doesn’t actually exist and a quick search on Google to see if perhaps this was an early April Fool’s joke turned up something very interesting. I’m a software developer and I genuinely thought myself that by clicking on the ’5 star’ option, I’d immediately be casting my vote and that they’d be getting those undeserved five stars, so how do they expect anyone with no software background to even consider this? They want people to either click on the 5-star rating option or just not give them any rating at all, in order to fudge the figures and make it look like their game is great.
If you tell the app that you’re going to leave a 5-star rating, it will then take you to the Google Play Store where you can then leave any rating you like. Realistically, the potential is there for them to have nothing but 5-star ratings because anyone selecting the 1-4 option would either just email EA and hope to be heard (as if) or just cancel back out without emailing them.
Doing this may take 20,000 units of ‘stone’ but if you only have 5000 then you have to subsidise the build by spending… Now that you’ve actioned the build, you need to wait for the upgrade… That gem vein is going to take four hours to excavate, and it’s only a 1×1 block…
but right next to it is a hard gem vein, which will undoubtedly have more gems than the regular veins, so perhaps it’d be a good idea to send the other minion to deal with that one.
As an experiment, I spent a much-needed 49 gems to speed up the excavation on one of the four-hour gem veins… A quick visit to the shop shows me that the ‘best value’ comes if I spend a ridiculous £69.99 on gems which, by my calculations based on what I’ve experienced thus far (in terms of build times, resource subsidies, training, and upgrades) would last me no more than twenty-four hours of gameplay.
and netted only , you’re invited by the bastard of a smug devil to spend more gems to speed up the process. After only two hours of playing this game, I exhausted all of my gems just so I was able to play it in a natural way with no waiting time whatsoever, and I left it ticking over while an upgrade to my warehouse counted down for three hours and upgrading my trolls to level two in training room was taking six hours. Broken down into four-hour segments per night, which is easily achievable, this means that this ‘free to play’ game would actually cost me around £70 to play it naturally for a week, with no waiting a day for a vein to be excavated. What’s even more of a fucking joke is that every now and again I’m being badgered by smug devil bastard who appears in a popup asking me to rate the game. The intriguing thing is, I’m only being given two options when it comes to rating the game – either select “five stars” or “1-4 stars” along with a very leading “5-star ratings from you help us provide free updates!
Almost immediately, however, it becomes apparent that this is in name only because, rather than building certain areas to encourage new creatures to wander in and make a home, you have to summon them, and summoning costs you ‘gems’ – the in-game currency.
Along with the heart, the player begins with a small number of imps, the generic work force for all dungeon activities: they can dig tunnels into the surrounding soil, capture enemy rooms and Portals, mine gold and gems,set traps, and even attack when desperate or threatened.
The worst thing about Mobile is that, despite it being a seriously watered down version of an amazing classic, it had the potential to be a decent time-waster.
It may lack the finesse and strategic gameplay of the original, but it was still enjoyable to play right up until the point that you have no choice but to wait twenty-four hours before being able to continue playing, or pay through the nose for in-game currency in a free-to-play game.
except that most areas require that existing areas be upgraded first. You’ve just spent a shitload of in-game currency in order to cut down on the waiting time and upgrade your dungeon heart, but it’s suddenly appeared with a timer on it? Of course, you can speed up this waiting period by spending.. The sad thing is, those lovely people at EA didn’t give you many gems to start with and so you’ll notice that they start to disappear rapidly and the only way to get more gems is to mine them.
So, for example, you want to build a training room but you can’t because you need to have a level three dungeon heart, the obvious solution is to upgrade the heart. If, like me, you don’t have the time to wait for 20,000 units of stone to be mined (bearing in mind that a level two quarry will only produce 1500 units per hour) then you’ll undoubtedly cave and spend your gems to have it built immediately. Because what you’ve just paid gems for was the resources, and not the time. So, you send your minions off to mine the gem veins and you’ll hopefully start to see the counter start to increase, except that it doesn’t.
Slapping creatures forces them to work faster for a while, but removes some of their health and happiness.